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All the betting sports reviews are of sites that have been researched by Horse Betting Systems, and believed to be run in an honest and ethical manner and, more importantly, profitable for their clients. The categorized reviews include tipsters, back and lay betting systems. So whether you are looking for sport betting advice, a tipster service or prefer to pick your own winners by using sport betting systems or software, hopefully you be able to find something to suit your personal preference and budget. I highlight the good and bad points of each tipster, horse betting system in relation to my own selection criteria, including such factors as proofing, recommendations, profitability, value for money and whether the tipster service or race horse betting system includes a minimum 30 day full-money-back guarantee or offers a trial period. And after careful consideration award the best a rating of 5 stars.
BY THE OBSERVER
A horse race betting advisory service run by Guy Ward, a professional gambler with a background in betting office management. He takes an analytical approach to tipping horses by using statistical information derived from speed ratings, historical trends, racing publications and racecourse going updates to identify the best bets. Mathematician Betting offers FREE information on sport betting systems, highlights the Top 10 betting mistakes made by many punters and also offers a FREE racing analysis service which includes a tip representing the best betting opportunity of the day. When tested by The Observer newspaper, Mathematician made a cumulative profit of GBP5,128.75. The paid service ranges from GBP3 for the Saturday Service, GBP75 monthly and GBP750 a year. Does not offer a 30 day full-money back guarantee, only the standard 7 day cooling off period and cancel anytime. More details. Don't forget that Mathematician Betting also offers Saturday only tips for GBP3 - NO recurring billing
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GOOD: Tested by The Observer and proven to offer a profitable service, very few dissatisfied clients, worldwide clients.
BAD: No free trial, no 30 day full money-back guarantee, monthly option expensive.
STEVE LEWIS HAMILTON
BY THE OBSERVER
Steve Lewis Hamilton is a professional horse racing tipster. Like Guy Ward of Mathematician Betting (above), Steve also had his tipping abilities put to the test in a year long experiment by The Observer newspaper to see if they could win money from a horse racing tipster service. Steve's bets were level stakes: GBP100 Win or GBP50 Each-Way, at the end of the test period he had made a profit of GBP11,345.80. He has been featured in The Mirror, Sunday Express as well a contributing to Radio 5 Live and At The Races. He offers two tipping services: Private and Exchange. Membership costs range from GBP345 for 3 months up to GBP925 for 12 months for either service and both are GBP395 to GBP1,075 for the same periods. And special memberships are avaiable for the major meetings such as Cheltenham and Aintree Festivals, Royal Ascot and Glorious Goodwood. A visit to Steve's site is a must for anyone seeking a reputable and profitable tipster service. More details
Impressive testimonials from credible and respected sources, more suitable
for the high stakes gambler.
BAD: Expensive compared to Mathematician Betting.
Written by accredited Betfair Trainer, Jonathan Burgess, False Favorites is a detailed 200 page manual (PDF format) showing how to identify which favorites in the betting have less chance of winning certain types of horse races, hence the title. This is not a publication which claims you will get rich quick, because you won't. And neither does Jonathan claim he makes GBP500 a week laying horses, because he doesn't. He has analyzed 10-year racing statistics, so the manual is able to give actual examples of races, with screenshots, where he layed the favorite. It also explains the different selection criteria in identifying weak favorites to lay in different types of flat race as well as jump racing. Interestingly, False Favorites also explains why bookmakers sponsor some horse races and not others. False Favorites comes with a 60 day money-back guarantee and costs GBP14.99. This manual is highly recommended for the beginner or anyone who wants to start winning more than they lose from lay betting. More details
NB: Jonathan Burgess offers horse race betting advice on the official blog of Betfair Education
60 day money-back guarantee, low cost, credible author, use worldwide.
BAD: Website makes no mention of how much profit he has made using the False Favourites lay betting system.
LEVEL STAKE BETTING SECRETS
Produced by Sure2Profit. Level Stake Betting Secrets involves backing 2/3 favorites in certain types of races to improve your chances of winning. The type of race, number of runners, and their starting prices determines whether you should back the first two favorites or all three in a race. You could, of course, choose to ignore the first favorite, and back the second and third favorites. I have tried this system for a few weeks, and it works. Level Stake Betting Secrets is easy to understand and can be used worldwide - not just the UK. It comes in PDF format. And if you can't show a profit equal or greater than than the purchase price within 60 days I will give you a full refund. So if you are looking for a low cost horse racing betting system that works, then Level Stake Betting Secrets costing GBP3.50 is highly recommended.
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